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GJSNOTARY

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Posted - 02/19/2015 :  08:05:17 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
We're good. I'll definitely check out the links you've supplied, any insight is always greatly appreciated.


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Originally posted by GJSNOTARY

The problem is not me nor how I conduct my business. So I take great offense to that. I previously completed a number of jobs for them and they paid out. But once they passed my 45days max payment policy that's when the problem started. As you can see, my business is right in line with the industry.

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You let one entity run up a $1500 balance? True, if they are not paying they are frauding notaries. But, the greater issue is how you conduct your business and the extent you grant credit.

Kenneth A Edelstein
Mobile Notary, Apostille / Legalization Processing & Fingerprinting
http://www.kenneth-a-edelstein.com





Sorry you are offended, that was not my intent. I don't have a "45 days max payment policy". When I grant credit the limit for any entity is $300. If they owe $300 and want me to accept an additional assignment they have to bring the balance due down with an immediate PayPal payment such that the remaining balance and the new assignment do not exceed $300. In 45 days it's possible to do well over $1500, perhaps double or triple that amount. For that reason the "age" of the account is not the criteria I choose to use. It's the same logic used by MasterCard, Visa, Discover and other "lenders". They do not permit me to spend an unlimited amount in one billing cycle before the bill is due. They control the amount I owe them.

As to "Industry Standards", you might find this article interesting:
http://blog.123notary.com/?p=3488

Once again my sincere apology for offending you. Also, I wish you speedy and full resolution of the monies you undoubtably worked very diligantly to earn.


Kenneth A Edelstein
Mobile Notary, Apostille / Legalization Processing & Fingerprinting
http://www.kenneth-a-edelstein.com

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edelske

New York
813 Posts

Posted - 02/17/2015 :  8:27:55 PM  Show Profile  Visit edelske's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by GJSNOTARY

The problem is not me nor how I conduct my business. So I take great offense to that. I previously completed a number of jobs for them and they paid out. But once they passed my 45days max payment policy that's when the problem started. As you can see, my business is right in line with the industry.

quote:
Originally posted by edelske

You let one entity run up a $1500 balance? True, if they are not paying they are frauding notaries. But, the greater issue is how you conduct your business and the extent you grant credit.

Kenneth A Edelstein
Mobile Notary, Apostille / Legalization Processing & Fingerprinting
http://www.kenneth-a-edelstein.com





Sorry you are offended, that was not my intent. I don't have a "45 days max payment policy". When I grant credit the limit for any entity is $300. If they owe $300 and want me to accept an additional assignment they have to bring the balance due down with an immediate PayPal payment such that the remaining balance and the new assignment do not exceed $300. In 45 days it's possible to do well over $1500, perhaps double or triple that amount. For that reason the "age" of the account is not the criteria I choose to use. It's the same logic used by MasterCard, Visa, Discover and other "lenders". They do not permit me to spend an unlimited amount in one billing cycle before the bill is due. They control the amount I owe them.

As to "Industry Standards", you might find this article interesting:
http://blog.123notary.com/?p=3488

Once again my sincere apology for offending you. Also, I wish you speedy and full resolution of the monies you undoubtably worked very diligantly to earn.


Kenneth A Edelstein
Mobile Notary, Apostille / Legalization Processing & Fingerprinting
http://www.kenneth-a-edelstein.com

Edited by - edelske on 02/17/2015 8:45:00 PM
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GJSNOTARY

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Posted - 02/04/2015 :  04:45:43 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The problem is not me nor how I conduct my business. So I take great offense to that. I previously completed a number of jobs for them and they paid out. But once they passed my 45days max payment policy that's when the problem started. As you can see, my business is right in line with the industry.

quote:
Originally posted by edelske

You let one entity run up a $1500 balance? True, if they are not paying they are frauding notaries. But, the greater issue is how you conduct your business and the extent you grant credit.

Kenneth A Edelstein
Mobile Notary, Apostille / Legalization Processing & Fingerprinting
http://www.kenneth-a-edelstein.com

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Dannotary

California
265 Posts

Posted - 01/31/2015 :  6:57:54 PM  Show Profile  Visit Dannotary's Homepage  Reply with Quote
A Novemeber appt. that was to pay 50. for a few docs finally get paid today 1/31/15, but only 30. I hope they go out of business and end up living under a bridge.
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edelske

New York
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Posted - 01/31/2015 :  12:04:42 PM  Show Profile  Visit edelske's Homepage  Reply with Quote
You let one entity run up a $1500 balance? True, if they are not paying they are frauding notaries. But, the greater issue is how you conduct your business and the extent you grant credit.

Kenneth A Edelstein
Mobile Notary, Apostille / Legalization Processing & Fingerprinting
http://www.kenneth-a-edelstein.com
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GJSNOTARY

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Posted - 01/28/2015 :  10:58:03 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Premier Notary does not pay. They currently owe me close to $1500 in services rendered. I have contacted multiple times and Carol states that "she has mailed payments herself." I've been after the monies due to me for the past three weeks. Still no payment received. They know the law when it comes to small claims and are frauding notaries. Do not do business with this company at all costs. I will be contacting their contractors and reporting them on their unethical business practices.
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